Juliana Portella

Juliana Portella has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from EBAPE/FGV and a B.A. in Economics from PUC-Rio. As an undergraduate, she was a fellow of the Institutional Scientific Initiation Program (CNPQ) program and the Brazilian Tutorial Education Program (MEC). She attended Stanford University in 2018 as a Visiting Student Researcher under the guidance of Professor Martin Carnoy. Juliana was previously a researcher at the Center for Excellence and Innovation in Educational Policies in Brazil – CEIPE. She is currently working with IGC in an impact evaluation study in Mozambique.

Content by Juliana Portella
  • Blog post

    Managing access to healthcare in Mozambique during the COVID-19 pandemic

    Authors’ note: This work is being co-developed with Janeth Dula, Sergio Chicumbe and Eduardo Samo Gudo from the National Institute of Health at the Ministry of Health in Mozambique. Low-cost solutions, like scheduled appointments, can improve healthcare delivery and medication adherence, while reducing vulnerability to infection. The district hospital of Nicoadala in...

    11 May 2020 | Margaret McConnel, Maria Steenland, Sandra Sequeira, Amanda Albuquerque, Juliana Portella